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A lunch with Atom Egoyan and his cast

A lunch with Atom Egoyan and his cast

Los Angeles: Atom Egoyan, Cairo-born, Canadian-bred and of Armenian descent, is one of the most celebrated contemporary filmmakers on the international scene. I met him at the Four Season Hotel in Beverly Hills, where he came to talk about his latest feature film Adoration, which was at the Cannes F...

Oscar lifts Boyle out of the slums

Oscar lifts Boyle out of the slums

British film Slumdog Millionaire sweeps the board, says Jason Korsner 23 February 2009 For days now, some of the busiest streets have been closed and covered in red carpet, ready for undoubtedly the biggest event of the film calendar, tonight's Oscars. Bleacher seats have been erected as workmen...

A night with Independent Film Directors

A night with Independent Film Directors

Lance HammerLance Hammer (Ballast), Courtney Hunt (Frozen River) and Tom McCarthy (The Visitor) are arguably the hottest independent directors in the US these days. Their films have won...

The director of Twilight and her team

The director of Twilight and her team

Director of Twilight, Catherine Hardwicke Hundreds of aspiring filmmakers gathered in the Landmarks theatre in West LA in anticipation of the arrival of the hottest female...

Academy unveils animated and live-action nominees

Academy unveils animated and live-action nominees

Short films more than stepping stones to features, learns Jason Korsner 18 February 2009 "This event can't get any bigger," boasted Jon Bloom, the Academy's governor responsible for Short Films and Feature Animations, as he introduced a showcase of the ten films nominated for the animated and live...

Free lunch for Oscar nominees

Free lunch for Oscar nominees

With the Oscars just three weeks away, the nominees have been honoured at the annual luncheon at the prestigious Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills. Most of the nominees, from the leading categories attended - including Mickey Rourke (The Wrestler) and Sean Penn (Milk), the frontrunners for Best ...

London Film Festival asks Is that your final answer?

London Film Festival asks Is that your final answer?

Big stars on the red carpet may be few, but Jason Korsner finds cinematic gems at the 52nd London Film Festival (picture gallery) 1 November 2008 The 52nd London Film Festival has come to an end with a rather less glamorous premiere than in previous years. That's not to say...

Successful start for Hollywoods first Irish Film Festival

Successful start for Hollywoods first Irish Film Festival

Husam Asi finds the Irish holding their own in LA 6 October 2008 Hundreds flocked to watch Irish movies in the first Irish Film Festival of Los Angeles last weekend. Festival Director Lisa McLaughlin-Strassman was pleased by the high turnout. "We started small but our dreams are big," she anno...

British films dominate Toronto Film Festival

British films dominate Toronto Film Festival

John Hiscock reports from Toronto 26 September 2008 British films and filmmakers dominated this year's Toronto film festival, with Danny Boyle's Slumdog Millionaire captivating the critics and winning the highly-prized People's Choice award. Written by The Full Monty writer Simon Beaufoy about ...

First home victory in two decades of Cannes

First home victory in two decades of Cannes

Jason Korsner reports from this year's Cannes Film Festival 27 May 2008 For the first time in twenty one years, a French film has picked up the top honour at the Cannes Film Festival. Under the presidency of Sean Penn, the jury unanimously awarded the prestigious Palme d'Or to Laurent Cantet's...

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